Brett Goldstein says goodbye to his trip on “Ted Lasso.” So does that mean the show is over?
The actor and writer of the Apple TV+ series took to Instagram on Tuesday, the day the Season 3 finale was released, to celebrate his journey as the gruff but lovable Roy Kent on the show, and to give back. tribute to the cast and crew who make the show a “truly magical experience”.
“A show about love, made with love, by the funniest, prettiest, kindest people on the planet,” Goldstein wrote on his Instagram, alongside a solemn photo of Jason Sudeikis as as the titular character. “From every writer, to every member of the crew, to every actor, no matter how small, to the entire post-production team, everyone brought their A-game and warmth to the making of ‘Ted Lasso ‘ I’m going to miss living in this world with them.
“’Ted Lasso’ changed my life in every way imaginable. I will always be grateful,” he added. “Thank you to everyone who watched the show and believed in it and cared in ways we could never imagine. And to Jason and Bill and Brendan and special boy Joe Kelly, and all the cast and crew, thank you for everything. I learned so much, laughed all the time and made lifelong friends. I will always cherish it.
The Season 3 finale, titled “So Long, Farewell,” seemed to wrap up the chapter on nearly every major storyline of the beloved comedy series. After winning the big game against West Ham and securing second place in the Champions League, Ted kept his promise and returned to Kansas to be closer to his son. Roy was appointed as the new manager of AFC Richmond and began therapy, while continuing to work to improve.
Rebecca (Hannah Waddingham) decided to sell a minority stake in AFC Richmond and used the funds to give back to the community and create a women’s team. She also reunited with the Dutchman she met in Amsterdam, sparking a romance and heading off into the sunset.
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Despite the festive and conclusive tone of the Season 3 finale, Apple TV+ has not confirmed whether the show will indeed end with this chapter. Sudeikis, co-creator and showrunner of the series, previously told the press that season 3 marked the end of the story that the writers hoped to tell with the series but did not confirm if it was really about. the end of the “Ted Lasso” universe.
“I really, really love the show, I really care about these characters and I love the people,” Goldstein told TheWrap in an interview ahead of the Season 3 premiere. unique thing in a lifetime where it’s such a great group of people to spend your days with. Every day you’re like, “It’s nice, isn’t it, that we can all go out and do this thing I will miss it all.
All episodes of “Ted Lasso” are now streaming on Apple TV+.
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